The FDA proposed new guidelines to make animal feed and pet food safer to consume.
The FDA approved the first ever pure hydrocodone painkiller to be available in the United States.
FDA recommends tighter controls be put into effect for prescription painkillers with hydrocodone.
The FDA warns customers to avoid buying illegal colored contact lenses for Halloween due to the risks involved.
Around 600 pets in US have died after having meat jerky treats from China. Further 3000 pets have also fallen ill as the US Food and Drug Administration has called help from vets and pet owners.
In a new article, a group of professors recommended the FDA to start regulating and marketing probiotics for stomach health.
The FDA approved Pfizer's latest drug that treats hot flashes and prevent osteoporosis for menopausal women.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved a biotech drug “Perjeta” which can be used to tread breast cancer before surgery. With this approval the biotech drug has become the first medicine of such kind.
Researcher reported that the number of prescription drugs for children with mental illnesses has declined over the past few years.
Owners of a Colorado cantaloupe farm have been arrested on charges stemming from a listeria outbreak in 2011. The listeria outbreak killed 33 people and affected 147.
The owners of Jensen Farms who grew listeria-contaminated cantaloupe in an outbreak that killed 33 people nationwide and sickened hundreds more, have been criminally charged Thursday by federal authorities.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a guidance for developers of medical mobile applications to regulate its functioning on smartphones.
The FDA just approved Botox Cosmetic for treating wrinkles near the eyes.
The US Food and Drug Administration has recently announced safety labeling changes and post-market study requirements for extended-release and long-acting opioid analgesics.
The Food and Drug Administration said that the arsenic levels found in rice and its products were not high enough to pose immediate or short-term adverse health effects.